By John Reid
Former Rangers defender and Dutch legend Frank de Boer would consider a return to Rangers as their new manager.
Speaking to voetbalzone.nl, the Dutchman admitted that “the atmosphere (at Ibrox) was fantastic” but added, “you never know if it can come back”.
Perhaps more significantly, he also said that “they [Rangers] have not contacted me yet”.
De Boer has had a managerial career full of ups-and-downs so far.
He spent six years as manager of Dutch giants Ajax, winning four titles in the process.
In August 2016 he took over at Inter Milan, but lasted only 85 days in the job.
This was followed by a spell in charge of Crystal Palace at the start of this season, which lasted for only 10 weeks before he was sacked after Palace lost their first four games of the season.
As a player at Ibrox, de Boer teamed up with his twin brother Ronald towards the end of the 2003-04 season, playing 17 times for the Gers.
Rangers – with caretaker boss Graeme Murty still in charge – return to league action this weekend, with a game against Hamilton at Ibrox.
Murty will be hoping to make it 3 wins out of 3 since he took over following the sacking of Pedro Caixinha last month.
In the latest Rangers news, Graeme Murty has been discussing criticism he faced for some decisions he made